There is a big difference between hearing what someone is saying and actually listening to them. Listening shows that you appreciate another point of view, and it is the best way to build trust.
Success depends not merely on individual effort, but on the efforts of people around us who help encourage and enable success. There is a misconception that great leaders are able to accomplish big things no matter what type of help they receive. The truth is, the most successful leaders have people around them who enable and encourage them to succeed.
We all have the same amount of time in a day, how can we accomplish all the things we need to do and do that in a healthy way? Pastor Farrell gives us a solution we can apply that will provide relief to this stress often associated with leadership.
Pastor Farrell exposes the leaders greatest challenge — leading yourself. It is critical that we succeed int this important task and how can we develop habits that keep us growing and healthy.
Pastor Farrell discusses the importance of adding value to other people as a core principle in relationships, and then provides some practical ways we can live that pout in our leadership.